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Table 6 Descriptive statistics and mean differences in total fixation duration (milliseconds) between stimuli type (canonical and modified) for all body parts (arms, trunk, legs, face), during the proportion evaluation task in both groups (ASD and TD)

From: Discrepancies between explicit and implicit evaluation of aesthetic perception ability in individuals with autism: a potential way to improve social functioning

ET-parameters Task Body Parts (I) Canonical stimuli type Mean (SE) (J) Modified stimuli type group Mean (SE) Meandiff (I-J) (SE) P
Total Fixation Duration Proportion evaluation task Arms .594 (.078) .454 (.052) .140 (.075) .078
Trunk .220 (.053) .230 (.037) −.010 (.042) .811
Legs .036 (.015) .066 (.018) −.030 (.018) .116
Face .683 (.117) .477 (.088) .206 (.078) .016
  1. Significant comparisons are highlighted in bold